At the same time, you can support a great cause by raising money for Downtown Women’s Center, watch a very stacked comedy show, and also hang at Cinefamily, one of LA’s revered cultural institutions.
Get your tickets here (again, no tickets will be available at door; you must purchase them in advance).
The rest of our listings for comedy shows, events, open mics, maps, and more can be found at www.thecomedybureau.com.
If that’s right up your alley, you can still get tickets for $10 here.
The rest of our listings for comedy shows, events, open mics, and maps can be found at www.thecomedybureau.com
If There’s a Satire Hall of Fame, Reductress Just Earned Their Spot with “How To Win at Feminism”
Reductress, which you could think of as The Onion with a feminist bent, has just released How To Win at Feminism, a book that revels in the fight for equality between the sexes with the sort of wondrous, unapologetic, whip smart tone that you probably know and love from Full Frontal with Samantha Bee.
Within its pages are discussions of Taylor Swift feminists vs. Beyonce feminists, a guide to the rings of hell for women that don’t help other women, and more satirical gold that’s arriving on bookshelves at the perfect time.
Honestly, we think How To Win at Feminism could be potentially enjoyed by all including those stuck in the most toxic depths of masculinity. Maybe they’d even be brought around to the right side of history if they appreciated this book for the carefully crafted piece of satire that it is.
How To Win at Feminism was sharply penned by Reductress’ own Anna Drezen, Sarah Pappalardo, and Beth Newell. There’s a stop on the book tour here in LA with Pappalardo and Newell at Skylight Books on Friday, November 11th at 7:30PM.
It’s National Book Lovers Day, So Buy/Pre-Order New Books from Norm MacDonald, Reductress, Tony Millionaire, Will Hines and More
There’s nothing quite like a random day like National Book Lovers Day that’s set up to celebrates books that allows us to recommend to you some great comedy book titles that have been either recently released or will be hitting bookshelves (both physical and digital) very soon.
So, without further delay, get your observance of this holiday in with buying or pre-ordering the following:
–Based on a True Story: A Memoir by Norm MacDonald (out September 20th)
2016 NYC Podfest Announces Line-Up
From May 20th-22nd, The NYC Podfest continues to get bigger and feature more noteworthy podcasts that are born in bred in and around Big Apple.
So far, they’ve got:
SATURDAY, MAY 21
2:00 PM — Where’s Larry? An Impractical Jokers Podcast
3:00 PM — The Dave Juskow Podcast
4:00 PM — Lady Parts Justice’s Repro Madness
5:00 PM — Think Again – A Big Think Podcast
6:15 PM — Keith and the Girl & Kill Me Now with Judy Gold
8:30 PM — The Adventures of Danny & Mike
9:45 PM — Paul Mercurio: 2 Chairs And A Microphone
11:00 PM — The Flop House
SUNDAY, MAY 22
2 PM — Pretty Much it
3:00 PM — Black Men Can’t Jump (In Hollywood)
4:00 PM — In The Conversation
5:00 PM — WMFU’s Dr. Gameshow with Jo Firestone/WMFU’s The Goddamn Dave Hill Show
7:00 PM — Gilbert Gottfried’s Amazing Colossal Podcast
8:15 PM — The Ensemblist
9:30 PM — Robert Kelly’s You Know What Dude!
10:45 PM — Mouth Time with Reductress